Question about Refrigerators
We have a whirlpool fridge freezer WRX38RWH6 which has started to leak water into the fridge & i have seen on this site that you need to remove the rear panel & defrost it & make sure that the drain hole is clear. I have emptied the freezer & turned it off but i am not sure how to remove the rear panel with out damaging it could you please tell me the best way to do this. Kind Regards Marty.
Leave the unit off for a ewhole day with the door open. you are right that you may do damage when you pull off the cover. after the unit is defrosted there is sometimes coveres that you can pop off and behind them are the screws that have to be removed to check the drain out.g
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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